Atelier Ten is pleased to announce two new developments for its San Francisco Mission Rock project.
Mission Rock has been officially designated as a Type 1 Eco-district by the San Francisco Planning Department. This designation is for developments which focus on optimizing horizontal infrastructure to achieve Eco-district goals. In achieving this designation, the project team will work closely with the Planning Department and other city agencies to meet green building ordinances as set by the State of California and the City of San Francisco, including those for reducing GHG emissions, water consumption and waste, and enhancing community-scale energy resources.
In addition, Mission Rock has secured its first tenant, the Anchor Steam Brewing Company. Anchor Steam, at 117 years old the oldest brewery in the city, will open a 212,000 gsf production facility/museum/restaurant at what is now Pier 48.
The $1.6B Mission Rock Seawall Lot 337 project will include 1,500 residential units, office towers, restaurants and retail, and outdoor spaces for public events on Mission Creek and San Francisco Bay. Atelier Ten is consulting with the developer, the San Francisco Giants, on sustainable site-wide infrastructure strategies. Atelier Ten’s team includes Claire Maxfield and Emma Marchant of the San Francisco office.